Everything tagged with petition

Blog post: Westfield Stratford cements reputation as the worst designer of cycle lanes in London

It’s hard to believe that anyone could have designed, built or approved the latest cycle lane disasters at the new Westfield shopping centre in Stratford, East London (see photos above and below). The shopping giant has already been ...

Blog post: Volunteers out in force to gather support for 'Love London, Go Dutch' call for safer cycling streets

Over 100 volunteers will be out on London's streets today and during the next three weeks collecting signatures for the Love London, Go Dutch petition and telling people about 28 April's Big Ride in support of safer streets for cycling.&nbs...

Blog post: Death of 8-year-old cyclist in Kingston shows need for urgent rethink of London street design

On Tuesday this week an eight-year-old boy, Ali Nasralla, was tragically killed while cycling home from school in the borough of Kingston.  Tragedy is an overused word, but try reading the sad messages in the video ab...

Blog post: Campaigners celebrate as thousands more London lorry drivers in line for cyclist-awareness training

Thousands more lorry drivers could soon receive cyclist-awareness training now that every borough in Greater London has the go-ahead to provide officially approved on-bike training backed by Transport for London (TfL) funding. LC...

Blog post: Add to our photo petition: “Boris, give us the freedom to walk or ride: Blackfriars must stay 20mph”

We’re urging everyone who cares about people-friendly public spaces and reducing road danger to add their picture to our ‘20mph Blackfriars’ photo petition. It only takes a minute, and when we’ve enough photos we’r...

Blog post: 10,000 sign petition calling for cycle training for London lorry drivers

CEO Ashok Sinha hands our petition to Assembly Members representing the four main parties photo Belinda Sinclair More than 10,000 people have signed LCC's petition calling for all London councils to provide cyclist-awareness training for thei...